AILA's Guide to U.S. Citizenship & Naturalization Law
AILA's Guide to U.S. Citizenship & Naturalization LawAILA's all new Guide to U.S. Citizenship & Naturalization Law provides an in-depth analysis of the laws and procedures governing acquisition of citizenship and the process for naturalization. It offers specific guidance and advice on everything from the nuts and bolts of filling out the N-400 to discussions of false claims of U.S. citizenship and their effect on continued eligibility to naturalize.
The new Guide serves as a good, quick reference, providing advice on ancillary legal issues that may come up during a client's naturalization application process (e.g., dual citizenship, oath ceremonies, loss of citizenship, and how to maintain LPR status to ensure eligibility to naturalize). Plus, it includes sample annotated forms and practice tips for completing those forms.
AILA's Guide to U.S. Citizenship & Naturalization Law is "quick and easy to digest, and can help you provide competent/adequate advice to clients/potential clients. It is chock-full of information from the foremost experts in the field and presented in a concise manner."
—Peter S. Bade, Editor-in-Chief
This new compilation covers:
- Derivative and automatic citizenship
- Assisted Reproductive Technology
- Maintaining LPR status and good moral character
- Military issues
- Judicial review
- Denaturalization and dual citizenship
- Tax implications
To be made available on AILALink.
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